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Nintendo's President, Satoru Iwata, passed away after a long battle with bile duct cancer. The gaming community at large is mourning the loss, and many have taken to fan art to express their grief.

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If you want a system that has a huge breadth of games, most of which you'll never play, then look no further!

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During EA's press conference earlier this week, a lovely little game called Unravel was unveiled by an even lovelier, incredibly nervous Swedish man named Martin Sahlin. What's so lovely about him, you ask? His genuine enthusiasm for his work and the way his nervousness made his hands tremble uncontrollably on stage. Martin quickly found his way to being the Patron Saint of the Internet, under such names as 'Precious Yarn Man,' 'Tremble Hands,' and 'Swedish Man of Yarn.'

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What happens when you get a bunch of people who have never done stand-up comedy before trying to force humor on a lukewarm audience? You get E3 presentations, that's what. To all future E3 presenters: stop trying to be funny. It rarely ends well.

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Another E3 has come and gone, but the memory of all those awesome games will be with us until the next Expo in 2016. If you're too thirsty for new gaming content, here's 15 games you can buy, play and beat all before New Year's Eve.

Take a look at the E3 games you can buy in 2015.

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The first ever PC Gaming Show at E3 was quite a hefty one, running nearly three hours long, and with plenty of heady and technical content to satisfy die-hard master race gamers. There wasn't a lot of glamour and flair, but that's just how they like it; substance trumps style any day of the week.

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